signs out there, help us, somebody help us. we're just trying to, you know, get home. and, you know, my question is, these are not new currents, these are not new conditions in the sea. how come -- cruise ships going back and forth can't be prepared for this and arrange for us to, you know, be stronger than the currents against us? why can't we get out of here? >> chad myers, i'm just looking at the temperature here, i've been reporting -- this is why i don't do weather, my friend, but i've been reporting it's in the mid-60s. it's dipped down to 46 degrees. >> that's right. >> in mobile, alabama, that the high was going to be 63. and, again, i just want to let our viewers know, chad, and, larry, if you're still with us, i'm not sure that you can obviously what is happening because that's a huge ship, 14 stories, but there are -- there are pilot boats, there are tugboats and there are other vessels that are making their way out to you on board this ship. the helicopters are also hovering aboard -- or above the ship. ours is recording the images as others are dropping supplies.